Isuru Udana showed the ideal case of sportsman soul by declining to run a harmed batsman out during a Mzansi Super League game.
Sri Lanka quick bowler Isuru Udana showed the ideal case of sportsman soul when he declined to ran Marco Marais out during a Mzansi Super League game. Playing for Paarl Rocks, Isuru Udana was astonishing the nineteenth with the batting group requiring 30 runs of the last two overs. With 28 required off the last 8 balls, Heino Kuhn crushed one straight down the ground yet the ball hit Marais and the non-striker fell on the ground. Isuru Udana got the opportunity to ran out the 26-year-old however the Sri Lanka bowler let the harmed batsman get once more into the wrinkle.
Mzansi Super League’s legitimate Twitter handle shared a video of the “soul of cricket” show by Udana. “Soul of cricket. Lift your hand for more minutes like this! Continuously,” the video was inscribed.
In the match, Nelson Mandela Bay Giants won the hurl and picked to field. Henry Davids and Cameron Delport got Paarl Rocks off to a flying beginning.
Late prosper from Kyle Verreynne and Isuru Udana caused Paarl Rocks to post an aggressive aggregate of 168 for five in their share of 20 overs.
In answer, Rocks lost both their openers inside the initial eight overs.
Paarl Rocks effectively guarded the aggregate and enlisted a 12-run prevail upon Nelson Mandela Bay Giants.
Tabraiz Shamsi got two wickets for 25 runs and was declared player of the counterpart for his prudent spell.
With the success, Paarl Rocks moved to the highest point of the focuses table with 27 points from six games.